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23Jul 2018

“Separate/Together” Event – August 25, 2018

By |Jul 23, 2018|Categories: Ashland, News|Tags: , |

The Hearth in partnership with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival presents "Separate/Together." This evening of personal storytelling will present four local residents who will share stories of race, immigration, gender inequality and other experiences of being separated or connected with others. Tellers include Jocksana Corona, Jesse Parks, and others. The [...]

15May 2018

Lifestory Retreat with Mark Yaconelli – June 2018

By |May 15, 2018|Categories: Ashland, Greensprings, Mark Yaconelli, News, Retreat, Storytelling, The Hearth|

Join a diverse group of people for a day of exploring, shaping, and sharing life stories. Set within the rustic buildings of the Oregon Extension on the Greensprings (22 miles outside of Ashland), the retreat will offer participants a chance to explore life experiences in a restful and contemplative setting.

30Jan 2018

Finding Our Way: A Community Conference featuring Anne Lamott – April 2018

By |Jan 30, 2018|Categories: Ashland, Compassion, Mark Yaconelli, News, The Hearth|Tags: , |

Three days of public workshops, facilitated discussions, and story gatherings focused on practicing compassion-based skills within our personal and public lives. The featured attraction of the conference will be a Friday evening talk and Saturday morning conversation with celebrated author Anne Lamott. Full conference details at findingourwayashland.com. Follow conference updates [...]

24Oct 2017

The Hearth Presents Stories of Bravery – Oct 26

By |Oct 24, 2017|Categories: Ashland, Mark Yaconelli, News, Storytelling, The Hearth|Tags: , , |

The Fall Hearth gathering is this Thursday, October 26, 2017 from 7 to 9 pm at Temple Emek Shalom in Ashland (1800 E. Main Street). Six local community members will share their own tale of bravery and help raise funds for The Teresa McCormick Center, a nonprofit committed to providing resources, education, and relationships to those in need in Southern Oregon.

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